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    Default What folders are you carrying today?

    I have found a new interest in knives lately and would like to know what you guys are carrying at the moment or what folders you own.
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    Normally CRKT M16 or Cold Steel Spartan.
    Today is the latter.
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    EDC


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    Leatherman folder, one of the early ones with the brushed aluminium scales.

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    Bugger! it's still in the cupbourd... have a fixed blade on the desk though...
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    I keep a CRKT Holts minimalist on me for everyday use. I have various others for certain applications.
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    Okapie for the win.
    Tough as nails and cheap as dirt.

    On occasion I carry my Victoria Knox Hiker, my dad bought it for me when I was 13 and in scouts.
    That knife is still going strong 22 years later despite some abuse
    Lately it has gone into retirement to be admired and one day passed down to my eldest when he enters scouts.
    (http://www.victorinox.com/ch/product...m/Hiker/1.4613)
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    Skeletool, everything you need in one small tight package with a clip.
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    Except for a knife[emoji23]
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    It has a blade, half serrated, very very sharp, good for most cutting applications from biltong to irrigation pipe to rope to opening dog food bags - mine has done it all on the farm. I've had it for maybe 9 years, had it replaced twice for free as it has a lifetime guarantee.
    Not good for self defense though
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    Just yanking your chain... i just dont consider them very sharp for very long...
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    http://www.crkt.com/Pazoda

    Small, light, low profile but and a bit ugly.
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    My skeletool or leatherman c33 x
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    On average if your blade is 4" you can use it for self defence.... the heart isn't that far in the rib cage... in fact almost all vitals are reachable
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    No8 always with me always sharp!


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